Applications of Bioinformatics and Proteomics/Genomics
UT course #: BIPG 6400/8400 - 3 cr
No Prerequisites: It is not required, but recommended that students take BIPG5100/7100 Fundamentals in BPG
Offered: Spring semester. Lectures online.
Course director: Dr. Alexei Fedorov, Dept. of Medicine, Vice Director BPG Program, Director of Bioinformatics Lab, (419)
383-5270, email@example.com. Dr. Fedorov's lab site can be viewed here.
Summary: In this final course of BPG program students will be familiarized with the most advanced computational techniques, programs and databases used at the frontiers of biomedical sciences. Advanced applications will be covered in four broad areas: new bioinformatic tools, genomics, proteomics, and transcriptomics.
Grading: The course grade will be determined entirely by performance on projects assigned and graded by each instructor (please see course syllabus at the link below for complete details).
Instruction: The course is team-taught by faculty from The University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University, and all lectures are posted online.
Full course syllabus can be found here
Text: No textbooks are required. Students will work with the information/instructions provided online.
Example of previous syllabus: BIPG 6400 Syllabus, Spring 2015
END-OF-COURSE STUDENT EVALUATION FORM
After completion of the Applications in BPG course, please click on the above link, print out the Evaluation Form, complete and return anonymously to:
Jo Anne Gray
3rd Floor CCE Building
Mail Stop: 1034
Student Learning Objectives (SLO's) for Applications of BPG Course